PLC ARDUINO ARDBOX 20 I/Os ANALOG HF MODBUS & GPRS
PLC ARDUINO ARDBOX 20 I/Os ANALOG HF MODBUS & GPRS
Inputs, Outputs, Communications and other technical specifications
Inputs (Arduino Leonardo included)
– 10 Inputs:
(8x) Analog Inputs (0-10Vdc, 10bit) / Digital Inputs (5-24Vdc) configurable by software.
(2x) Isolated Digital Inputs (5-24Vdc)
(1x) Interrupt Inputs (5-24Vdc). "Can work like Digital Input (5-24Vdc)
– (1x) GPRS/GSM (based on SIM800L)
– (1x) USB port (type B).
– (1x) I2C port. (Interface with other Industrial Shields, sensors, I/Os modules)
– (1x) RS-232 port.
– (1x) HALF/FULL Duplex RS-485 port.
– Modbus RTU
– Industrial Protocols
Outputs (Arduino Leonardo included)
– 10 Outputs:
(3x) Digital isolated (5 to 24Vdc)/ (6x) of 10x, PWM (5 to 24Vdc) outputs, configurable by Switch.
(7x) of 10x, Analog 0-10Vdc output. Configurable by Switch.
Other technical specifications
DIN Rail mounting.
Max consum.: 1.2A
Flash Memory: 32kB (4kB for bootloader)
Clock Speed: 16MHz
*Read the manual to set the signal type.
Arduino PLC based details
This is the first equipment based on the Arduino technology designed for professional use. This PLC has 20I/Os. It also contains several communication ports which provide more flexibility and control. The GPRS Controllers family offers the possibility to expand up to 127 modules through I2C, which means that you can have until 7100 Inputs / Outputs in Master-Slave connections, additionally to sensors, etc…
This PLC can be programmed using the Arduino IDE platform. See the Documentation menu below to download the software for free.
Instantaneous connection and coding
The GPRS Controller is programmed through the USB ports. This PLC can also be programmed through Ethernet port remotely. This offers an immediate access to program, maintain, and control. Also, you can continuously monitor the status of all the variables, inputs, outputs, etc. It is compatible with the Ardbox , M-duino and the Touchberry Pi with an instantaneous connection.
Watch the PLC Arduino features video
|Digital Optoisolated Inputs (5-24Vdc)||0|
|Digital Optoisolated Inputs (5-24Vdc) | can work like interrupt Inputs INT (5-24Vdc)||5|
|10 bit Analog Inputs (0-10V) | Digital (5-24Vdc) Inputs configurable by software||8|
|Digital Optoisolated Outputs (5-24Vdc)||5|
|Digital Optoisolated and PWM (5-24Vdc) | 8 bit Analog (0-10V) Outputs configurable by switch||5|
|Relay Outputs (220Vac - 5A)||0|
|Wi-Fi & BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy)||NO|
|USB port (type B) communication (for uploading or debugging only)||0|
|Micro USB port (type B) communication (for uploading or debugging only)||1|
|I2C communication (interface with other Industrial Shields, sensors, I/Os modules)||1|
|Serial TTL (UART) communication||0|
|Half/Full Duplex RS-485 communication||1|
|SPI external port communication (using MOSI, MISO, SS pins of Arduino)||0|
|RTC (Real Time Clock. NOTE: I2C port used. See pinout modification)||NO|
|µSD Socket (using SPI port, chip select D53 pin)||NO|
The Open Source Board CPU ▼
|Single Board Computer (SBC) Microcontroller||Arduino Leonardo Original Board (ATmega32u4)|
|Flash Memory (KB)||32|
|Flash Memory of which used by bootloader (KB)||4|
|Clock Speed (MHz)||16|
Certification & Safety ▼
|Conformity with Health, Safety, and Environmental Protection (CE)||EN61010-1 | EN61010-2-201 | EN61131-2:2007 (Clause 8: Zone A/B EMC and clause 11:LVD) | EN61000-6-4:2007 + A1 2011 (Emissions) | EN 61000-6-2:2005 (Immunity)|
|Medical Devices Directive (CE)||93/42/EEC|
|FCC Federal Code of Regulation (CFR) for Electronic Equipment||EMC:FCC Part 15|
|RoHS||Directive 2002/95/EC | Restriction of Hazardous Substances (EEE)|
|UL||STD 61010-2-201 and UL STD 61010-1 | Certified to CSA Std. C22.2 No. 61010-1 | Certified to CSA Std. C22.2 No.61010-2-201 | 5016476|
|NCAGE (Commercial and Government Entity Code - Department of Defense)||NCAGE 99SGB | Commercial and Government Entity Code | Boot&Work Corp SL Industrial Shields|
Other information ▼
|DIN Rail mounting|
|Power Supply Voltage (Vdc) Range||12-24|
|Power Consumption (VAC max.)||30|
|Operating Temperture ºC||0ºC-60ºC|
|Operating Temperature ºF||32ºF-140ºF|
|Operating Relative Humidity % (no condensation)||10%-90%|
|Package Size||13cm x 14cm x 8cm|
|740.17 Language - 740.17 (b)(1) for self-classification or (b)(3) CCATS issued||§740.17 (b)(1)|
|Country of Origin||Spain|
|Moisture Sensitivity Level (MSL)||MSL 1 - Unlimited|
|RoHS Compliant by Exemption?||NO|
|Does Part Contain Lithium?||NO|
Other Technical Specifications: *Rx,Tx pins are not available using RS485. For SPI you need to choose another pin for Select Function (You can choose, SDA, SCL, Rx, Tx, Pins of Arduino)
How to start ▼
|1. Download the open-source software "Arduino IDE" version 1.8.0 or higher and open it.|
|2. Click on "File" and then on "Preferences".|
|3. See the "Additional Boards Manager URLs:" text box inside the "Settings" tab and add this URL: http://apps.industrialshields.com/main/arduino/boards/package_industrialshields_index.json|
|4. Close the preferences window with the “Ok” button.|
|5. Click on “Tools” menu, and open the “Boards” submenu, and click the “Boards Manager” option, to open the Boards Manager window.|
|6. Search “industrialshields” to the search filter and select to the list and click “Install” or "Update" if you have not got the latest version.|
|7. Close the "Boards Manager". Now you can select each of our PLCs by clicking on "Tools", then "Board", then "Industrial Shields Boards" and select your family of PLCs. Contact [email protected] if you have any questions."|